Guns N’ Roses Beefing Up Security At Next Gig After Manchester Attack
Guns N' Roses next big gig is in Ireland and it looks like the rock legends are taking no chances at their performance.
After the tragedy in Manchester at an Ariana Grande concert, a lot of performers are now canceling their shows and tours. Others are now looking at security at their concerts to make sure they are doing everything possible to protect themselves and their fans.
Guns N' Roses is one of those performers.
The band have a concert scheduled this Saturday at Slane Castle in Slane, Ireland and they have decided that the show must go on. But with more protection.
According to the UK's The Sun, there will be 400 police officers on duty at the show. This will include special police units who will all be supporting the venue's 1200 security guards hired by security companies. The castle also has doctors, medical teams, various first aid stations as well as a on-site hospital.
Here's to hoping that all this is just a precaution and the show goes on fine.